Recommended Vintage Repair Shops/Individuals, DIY sources

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SteveFord

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To keep this in a useable fashion, please send me a PM and I'll post the info here.
 
ALL BRANDS:
  The Analog Store, Raleigh, NC
http://theanalogstore.com/
  Audio Specialists, Studio City, CA
http://www.audiospecialist.com/
 AVNerdguy
drop him a PM here on the site
 Centek, Ottowa,  Canada
http://www.centekelectronics.ca/
  DTS Audio, Ontario, Canada
http://www.dtsaudioelectronics.com/index.html
 Many Moons Audio, Oklahoma
 http://www.manymoonsaudio.com/index.html
Mike Missell, St Louis, MO area
stereotechnician@gmail.com
 Speakerworks , Oklahoma
http://www.speakerworkstulsa.com/


a great link to numerous recommendations
 http://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=90988.0

Specialists:

 Carver/Sunfire
http://www.carveraudiorepair.com/
http://www.flannerysvintageaudio.com/
http://www.vintagehifipgh.com/
 Dual
http://fixmydual.com/
 Harman Kardon (Citation tube gear)
http://www.mcshanedesign.net/
 Sonic Frontiers
http://www.partsconnexion.com/
 Speaker Repair
http://millersound.net/service.htm

DIY:

 Antique Electronic Supply
http://www.tubesandmore.com/
 Digi-Key
http://www.digikey.com/?curr=USD
 Mouser Electronics
http://www.mouser.com/
 Parts Connexion
http://www.partsconnexion.com/
 Parts Express
http://www.parts-express.com/
 Tube Vendors
http://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=34599.0
 Vintage Manuals
http://www.vintagemanuals.com/
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Tarheel

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Re: Recommended Vintage Repair Shops/Individuals, DIY sources
« Reply #1 on: 13 Dec 2016, 02:38 pm »
The Analogue Store in Four Oaks, NC appears to be the closest shop to me.  Has anyone used their services and if so were you satisfied? 
Thanks.....

richidoo

Re: Recommended Vintage Repair Shops/Individuals, DIY sources
« Reply #2 on: 13 Dec 2016, 04:34 pm »
The Analogue Store in Four Oaks, NC appears to be the closest shop to me.  Has anyone used their services and if so were you satisfied? 
Thanks.....

I've known Alex Lok, the proprietor, for about a decade. He is honest and does good work. He had his own very successful audio stores in Hartford back in 70s-80s, then moved to NC and worked for Audio Advice for about 12 years, then he opened his own store in Garner, then moved it to Raleigh, then retired the store and works from his home shop now. He has always done mail order repairs, even big heavy stuff. He was a Quad dealer, and for a while he was the only factory authorized Quad ESL repairman in the country outside of the distributor in MA.  He repaired a tube amp and an FM receiver for me.

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Tarheel

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Re: Recommended Vintage Repair Shops/Individuals, DIY sources
« Reply #4 on: 13 Dec 2016, 05:54 pm »
Thank you gentlemen.  Analogue Store is only an hour and a half from me (now in Four Oaks, NC).  I'll give him a try as he promptly responded to my email this morning.

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Re: Recommended Vintage Repair Shops/Individuals, DIY sources
« Reply #5 on: 1 Aug 2020, 05:21 am »
Blackie Pagano, New York City, NY
https://www.blackiepagano.com/

Highly skilled and great service!